Axelsson, Christoffer

Chris Axelsson is undertaking a PhD in Geospatial Science and Engineering (since Spring 2013) with Dr. Niall Hanan as his advisor. His research interests include ecological modeling with special focus on savanna and dryland systems, remote sensing of vegetation, and analyzing the drivers of ecosystem change. His PhD project involves analyzing and modeling vegetation patterns in Africa. The research aims to examine how soil, climate, hydrology, fire, and herbivory interact to shape the structure and patterning of woody and herbaceous vegetation.

Alemu, Henok

Dr. Henok Alemu got his Ph.D. degree in Geospatial Sciences and Engineering in 2015 under the supervision of Dr. Gabriel Senay and Dr. Michael Wimberly. His PhD dissertation focused on contemporary evapotranspiration dynamics and drivers in the Nile River Basin in Africa using satellite-derived and model-assimilated data. Henok holds a B.Sc. degree in Geology from Mekelle University in Ethiopia and a Professional Masters degree in Geoinformation Science & Earth Observation from the University of Twente in the Netherlands. He also holds an M.Sc.

Alemu, Woubet G.

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